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The PitchCom™ communication system uses a proprietary push-button, player-wearable transmitter that allows players on the field to communicate plays to each other without using physical signs or verbal communication. Every player wearing a receiver actually hears the same instructions in their very own chosen language. The PitchCom™ communication system, a patent-pending technology of PitchCom Sports™, can also be adapted to allow coaches to communicate to players in the same covert manner.
• Incredible Range
• Speeds Up Pace of Play
• Players Wear Nothing in their Ears
• Totally Secure Radio Communication
• Can Be Used in Practice and in Competition
• Super Lightweight and Comfortable to Wear
• All Players on a Team Hear the Same Play Simultaneously
Co-inventor of the PitchCom™ communications system, graduated college with a degree in Electrical Engineering, and became a patent attorney and partner at major law firms. His work and clientele included some of the largest automotive, semiconductor, computer and electronics companies in the world. Over his 28 year career, John wrote and shepherded thousands of patents through the US and international patent systems. Among his other personal pursuits, John is a lifelong avid baseball fan. The concept for the PitchCom™ communications system arose from his concern for the integrity of the game following signstealing scandals and accusations, and the pace of play issue caused by preventive measures.
Combining his deep knowledge of the game, and understanding the needs of players, teams and fans, John used his experience working with inventors to conceive the PitchCom™ communications system.
Co-inventor of the PitchCom™ communications system, has a BSEE and MBA. He was previously a new product development manager at Microchip Technology, leading design teams in creating some of the most sophisticated microelectronics devices in the world. Since then, Craig has invented and developed numerous electronic devices and systems used in the entertainment industry by thousands of entertainers around the world.